Award winning author Crystal Marcos- B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree
On this balmy night, I was intrigued by Linnayah’s questions. I watched her lips intently with every word she spoke. Wondering how or why this enchanting Human girl would want to know more about me.
Sunrise or sunset? Sunset, I spent many warm nights in the sand watching the sun disappear on the horizon.
Breakfast or Dinner? At this point, I will take either. If I have to choose, I pick breakfast as it is hard to go most of the day without eating. If I start with some sort of breakfast, I am in pretty good shape for the rest of the day.
Underground or above? Honestly, up until recent events, I would have certainly said above ground. In light of the new situation, I think I will take my chances beneath it.
Hunting or Fishing? Fishing, I believe I am a better fisherman than a hunter. I have a greater chance of bringing something to the table.
Dancing or Singing? Well, I do not know that I have ever sang a note in my life and I most certainly did not learn how to dance until little Tara taught me. So, I suppose, I would have to go with dancing. I am not sure if I am any good at it but I did enjoy dancing with you.
Walking or Running? I pride myself in being a fast runner. However, I feel, I do enough of that these days and for unwanted reasons. I would take walking over running just to feel I was getting some sort of rest.
Alone or Company? Had you asked me that a few years ago when I lived with the Rawnetts, the Human family, I would have said alone. After being sent to Gavaron and meeting Alecander, I have grown to like company, being here with you is nice.
Crystal Marcos recently found out that Novus took the highest place awarded this year in the Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards-YA-general category, Bronze Medal! And is the Award Finalist in the Young Adult category, 2016 Book Excellence Awards!
Crystal’s B.R.A.G. Interview about her book, Novus here
Novus, is her third book and first Young Adult novel, is Book One of The Cresecren Chronicles.
More about the story Novus here